Celebrated chef Gordon Ramsay is making a comeback to the world of struggling restaurants with the return of his popular series, Kitchen Nightmares. The show, which originally aired between 2007 and 2014, ran for seven seasons and nearly 100 episodes on Fox. The reboot aims to continue Ramsay’s mission of helping failing eateries across America get back on their feet.
Kitchen Nightmares showcases Ramsay’s culinary expertise as he is invited by restaurant owners to spend a week with them, offering his guidance and assistance in reviving their floundering businesses. The show has been known for its dramatic transformations, both in the kitchen and the overall management of the establishments.
The revival of Kitchen Nightmares adds another offering to Ramsay’s already impressive lineup on Fox. The network currently hosts Next Level Chef, which was recently renewed for its third and fourth seasons, as well as Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef, and MasterChef Jr.
Studio Ramsay, owned by the celebrity chef himself, will produce the new season of Kitchen Nightmares. The original series was produced in collaboration with ITV Studios America (now known as ITV America), Optomen, and A Smith & Co. After the conclusion of the initial run, Ramsay followed up with Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back, which aired for three seasons on Fox.
In addition to his work on television, Ramsay operates Studio Ramsay Global, a joint venture with the production company. The announcement of the Kitchen Nightmares reboot comes just ahead of Fox’s Upfront presentation in New York, where the network is expected to unveil its programming lineup for the upcoming season. Fans of Ramsay’s signature no-nonsense approach and his dedication to helping restaurants in need are eagerly awaiting the return of this beloved series.